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NBC
Dec 23, 2012 6:00am PST
's hospital in capital city. there's a whole bunch of stuff in our barn. there's a lot of fixing to be done. i'd be very glad to assist your ladies, timmy. i'll offer them my services tomorrow. but for today, holly and i have come an awful long way. we'll have to leave you now and seek out a place to spend the night. it's been a great pleasure making your acquaintance, timmy. and you, too, lassie. mr. nicholson, why don't you come home with us? i'll ask mom if she can fix you a bed. holly can sleep in the barn! well, we'd be indebted to you. the barn would be find for holly and for me, too, because i've got a bed in the wagon. (9hink he'll be comfortable in there. he and timmy are getting holly good. you know, mr. nicholson is such an unusual man. his manners, and the way he speaks... almost as though he's from another century. and that quaint wagon. and the donkey! want me to help you dish up? oh yes, if you will, please. oh my goodness. i've only baked three potatoes. when we sit down, i'll just say i don't want any.? - alright. ♪ ruth... look. ♪ ♪ all these christm
NBC
Dec 23, 2012 10:30am PST
on the east coast in new york city as far as the street performing and stuff? >> yeah, street performing started in new york. i would juggle. like, companies would hire me to juggle out in front. like, in the middle of winter, i was dressed like a -- you know, all the way, juggling. i don't even know who -- i was juggling for myself. i become a better juggler. i don't think i helped the companies much, but, uh... i was a bucket player. i played, like, the buckets, you know, and did stuff like that, and i'm always able to just kind of go back to juggling. >> it sounds like you're very involved with, you know, helping kids, educating kids. was that an experience that you had as a kid? were you around somebody that was sort of a mentor for you? >> yeah. i've always had a mentor. i've always looked up to somebody, you know, and i always loved that -- you know, that guy that came in with, like, the puppets and was like, "you can do it, too." i'm like, "me? i can do it, too?" yes. so i'm very much in the "you can do it, too" business. >> i love that, i love that. what am i gonna experience at
NBC
Dec 23, 2012 10:00am PST
the third-largest city in kentucky. >> wow. nice silks. >> hey, aren't you a little big to be a jockey? >> yeah, that's what everybody says, but i feel that my superior motivational technique will more than offset any excessive girth situation. >> i pray for your mount. >> thanks. i'm gonna go check to see what kind of horses they have. hopefully they have one in black. >> or maybe one with a racing stripe. >> [ gasps ] >> located at gate 1 of churchill downs is the kentucky derby museum. >> the derby museum offers two whole floors of exhibits and memorabilia, cataloging and explaining the rich history of thoroughbred racing and the derby. >> what's the matter? were they out of black ones? >> turns out all these horses already have owners, and they're way too expensive. a guy did tell me that he would go in on a horse with me, but i told him there's no way we're gonna win a race with both of us on the same horse. >> yeah, i don't think that's what he meant. >> well, whatever he meant, it wasn't gonna work. that guy was fat. >> one of the more unique displays in the museum is this exhib
NBC
Dec 23, 2012 8:00am PST
kids. haha! see how they like that. yeah. i suppose so. well it's obvious. great, big city like this it's full of kids. children who love us and look after us and tuck us up in a warm bed at night? yeah, we just got to find 'em. ♪ teddy. we've got to help him. he's a dog. come on. he's a dead dog. i'm getting too old for this. keep still, you're hurt. you keep doing that, you won't have no dress left. there you are. thank you. you saved my life. if there's anything i can do for you.. the thing is, we're very cold and wet and..don't know what to do. why don't you come and stay with me? i'm not going to no dog house. suit yourself. follow me. choncey. c-h-o-n-c-e-y i'm annie and he's just r-u-d-e rude. can we not walk so fast? i've only got little legs. is this your house? no, i gave up residing in houses years ago. i live in a hotel. where are you going? what? i have my private entrance. oh, beautiful. come in. sorry about the mess. i don't very often have guests. it's lovely here, isn't it? you are... make yourselves at home. you call this a home? it's warm and dry. i like it here. we
NBC
Dec 23, 2012 7:00am PST
? yes, we are. well i'm al bronson, reporter for the capital city spectator. oh, how do you do? how do you do? i brought you something young fella. this. i got most of the story from mrs. bailey. what's your dog's name, son? lassie. and this is her present. lassie. that's a good name for a good dog. what does the vet say about her condition? i'm... sure she'll be alright. of course she will. well, mrs. martin, if you don't mind, i think i'll just stick around for a while. you go sit down. say, timmy... you ever hear a story of a dog named balto? there's a big statue of him in central park in new york city. a statue of a dog? see, he was a dog hero, too. now the children in nome -- that's a city in alaska -- were terribly sick, and the only medicine was 650 miles away. well, this was snow country. the only way to get that medicine to nome was by dog sled. so they got teams of dogs and they arranged for relays. balto was to carry the next to the last. then, a blinding storm came up, and he never met the team who was to relieve him. but half frozen and weary, balto carried that precious d
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